- Dictionary.com defines a namespace as:
- A set of names in which all names are unique.
- In EasyUO terms, a nameSpace is a discreet area of memory that is used for user variables. Within a single nameSpace, each variable is unique regardless of weather the name has been used elsewhere. variables that are created inside a namespace therefore cannot be accessed from outside the nameSpace.
- namespace user variables are prefixed with an exclamation point character (!).